――There is the word [silver wings], but there is no doubt that silver is one of the colors that enhances the beauty of airplanes.
――The American transport plane C-46 Command, which appeared during World War II, is one that looks good in silver. Introducing the 1/144 kit that allows you to enjoy colorful markings on the silver body.
--During the war, the C-46, which was active as a new transport aircraft of the US Army Air Corps, was taken over by the new US Air Force when the US Air Force was established with the Army Air Corps as the parent body after the war.
-The kit reproduces the appearance of being operated by the US Air Force and the National Guard Air Force.
--The surprisingly sharp and smooth lines of the C-46's body, which pursues aerodynamic sophistication, are realistically modeled.
-In contrast to the appearance of the Army era, which was one color of olive drab, the silhouette of the aircraft stands out more impressively even in the model by becoming silver.
-The decals are high-quality silk screen printing made by the familiar Italian cult graph company on the Platts parts that are popular for the reproduction of delicate panel lines and the simple and easy-to-assemble structure.
――It is a kit that you can enjoy the painting finish unique to the early days of the US Air Force, such as the air force specification of the red main tail wing on the unpainted silver body and the Air National Guard painted with a combination of white and silver.
--1/144 scale, total length when completed: 161 mm, total width: 228 mm
--The streamlined fuselage is realistically modeled up to the unique cross-sectional shape of the figure eight.
――The panel lines of each part of the aircraft, the engine, the legs, etc. are delicately reproduced.
--Marking selects 3 types of post-war US Air Force / Air National Guard aircraft
--The decal is a high quality silk screen print made by Italian Cartograph.
( This is a machine translation. Please allow for possible misinterpretations in the text. )